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Apprenticeship

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									Hello TLC
Welcome all Electrical and
  Plumbing Students!!

Students
 Apprenticeship
Could It Be Right for You?

     Granite School District
 Career and Technical Education
Did you know…

 Most high school freshman feel
  that they need a college degree to be
  successful.
 But only 20% of high school graduates
  will graduate from college.
 AND 78.2% of available jobs don’t
  require a college degree!
Jobs Now Available:
80
70
                    No
60
                  Degree
50               Required
40                78.2%

30
       Degree
20    Required
10     21.8%
0
    What are those 78.2% of
    employers looking for?
            SKILLS AND
          EXPERIENCE !!
•   SKILLS can come from high school and
    post high school training and education.
•   EXPERIENCE can come from
    working on a job!
AN APPRENTICESHIP
     IS BOTH!!

 EDUCATION
     AND
 EMPLOYMENT
     Apprenticeships have
      TWO Components
                  Classroom / Related
                      Instruction




On The Job Training
Part I: On the Job Training
 Student secures a paid
  position.
 Student is taught skills
  on-the-job.
 Student spends about
  2000 hours a year at the
  job site earning income!!
 Can begin in high
  school!
Part II: Related Instruction
  Related Instruction is
   taught in various ways:
    • In the High School
    • At SLCC (apprentices
      only pay half tuition)
    • At Applied Technology
      Centers
    • By Your job sponsor
  144 hours of class work
   minimum per year.
                     Employer




                         Your
                     3 Partners in
                    Apprenticeship

SLCC or other                        High School
training facility
               Apprenticeship
             Facts and Benefits:
   You can earn a great salary while
    being trained in an exciting
    profession!
   The average apprenticeship lasts
    2 – 6 years.
   Wage: Average beginning wage is
    half of a journeyman’s salary! For
    example, if a journeyman makes $22.00 per hour, the
    average starting apprentice wage would be $11.00 per hour.
    Wages are increased on a regular basis according to skill
    level and the business schedule.
  Apprenticeship
Facts and Benefits:
    You can begin an apprenticeship while
     still in high school!
    Industry needs YOU! The workforce is
     aging and we need more trades people.
    The average age of a beginning
     apprentice is 27.
    Earn a Nationally recognized Certificate
     of Completion.
    May lead to Associate of Applied
     Science or Bachelor’s Degree.
             Apprenticeship
             Qualifications:
   Can be a Junior or Senior and must be
    at least 16 years old.
   Must have taken or be taking related
    classes and working to pass the skill
    certification.
   Must be working towards a High
    School Diploma and have good
    attendance.
   Must have parental permission.
        What career areas are
          apprenticeable?
   There are many apprenticeable
    occupations…
   Granite School District is
    focusing on these apprenticeship
    opportunities this year:
    •   Plumbing
    •   Electrical
     What Granite School District is doing to
    assist students interested in beginning an
                 apprenticeship:
 Teaching SLCC curriculum while in high school so apprenticeship credit
  begins before graduation
 Making the transition to the post high school apprenticeship program a
  seamless one
 Hosting Apprenticeship Activity at SLCC
        Introduce program
        Meet Mr. Mulvey
        Hear from business presenters
        Tour the training facilities
   Providing job skill workshops in spring
   Offering Trades Math as concurrent enrollment class
   Assisting with job shadows and internships
   District personnel support: Plumbing and electrical instructors,
    Apprenticeship Specialist, Employment Specialists, Work-based Learning
    Specialists, Career Counselors and ATE office)
        Interested?
    Here is how to begin:
 Take the Granite School District plumbing or electrical class.
  The curriculum will include the first semester of
  apprenticeship instruction as concurrent enrollment with
  SLCC.
 Take the Trades Math class offered as concurrent enrollment.
 Pass the CTE skill level certification tests.
 Meet with your high school counselor to make sure you are on
  track for graduation.
   Discuss the apprenticeship program
    with your parents . Remember that
    an apprenticeship is 2 – 6 years!
   Have your Work-based Learning
    Specialist set up a job shadow or
    internship to make sure that this
    career is one you want to pursue.
   Enroll in Salt Lake Community
    College for the related instruction.
   Find a job with an employer that
    will sponsor you as an apprentice.
   Complete all of the needed
    registration paperwork with your
    business sponsor and the
    Department of Labor.

   Obtain a license from the State of
    Utah as you begin your
    apprenticeship.

   Then you are ready to go!!
        Contact
      Information
 Granite School District
       Career and Technical Education
       273-2074
 Julie Bagley - Granite School District
       Apprenticeship Specialist
       (Office) 646-5267 (Cell) 971-7608
       julie.bagley@granite.k12.ut.us
School Counselor, CTE Counselor, or WBL
       Coordinator
Questions?
              Handouts:
 I want to be an apprentice, how do I get
  started
 Important apprenticeship resources
 Business information letter and flyer
 Trades Math sign up sheet
 SLCC Concurrent Enrollment Application
  Forms
 SLCC Apprenticeship class schedule

								
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